This is the modern Skysphere tiny house by Jono Williams.
It’s a futuristic tower tiny home that’s completely solar powered and controlled by Android.
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Modern Skysphere Tiny House by Jono Williams
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That is interesting. Is there an elevator in the middle? Where is a kitchen and bath? Is that a roof deck on top?
His website answers your questions. Yes, there is a roof deck on top. There is no kitchen or bath…yet. Not plumbed for utilities because of costs. He may add them later. Only access is a ladder. Orginal plans were to include an elevator; scrapped elevator because of budget.
If the tube is metal, you could spiral a flying stairway around the outside with a long single spiral hand rail… wouldn’t break up the aesthetics. Held up by vertical bars connected to the structure above would make the appearance of an outer cylinder? Maybe I’ve seen this on another structure, but it would be more “practical” than the ladder. On the other hand the ladder is fort like.
Where is this located? I like the colored lights at night time. If it were on the coast it can make a light house.
This ingenious place is in New Zealand. In a country area called Linton which is just a short drive away (about 10 miles) from the thriving metropolis (cough, cough) of Palmerston North.
the only issue I see with this…..he has the sitting furniture on the window side….should have had the furniture on the wall side….to enjoy the view….not face away from the lovely scenary
I totally agree! I guess there is a TV on that wall, maybe. But with that view, I don’t think I would be with watching much TV! Lol!
Austin Powers’ Shag Pad!!!
well worth a visit to the website. I want this, tho at ground level, or scissor lift with futuristic airlock. Great Kiwi ingenuity.
I think I saw a house similar to this on HGTV a few years ago. This is quite different. I love how it’s circular and high up. The color lights are awesome, it must be pretty to see them at night. The views are speculator!! Enjoy!! Carol Perry
Reminds me of the home from the movie “Oblivion”
Beam me up, Scotty! 🙂